Here's what you need:
- Clear Ornaments
- Scrapbook or Tissue Paper
- Ribbon or String for Hanging
- Foam Brush
- Mod Podge Matte
- Mod Podge Sparkle
Looking to DIY Christmas Ornaments this year? This easy tutorial will show you how to mod podge glass ornaments. It’s a fun Christmas craft for adults and kids alike! Give them as Christmas gifts, or use them to decorate gifts or your own tree!
Here's what you need:
Step 1: Choose your papers. I chose scrapbook paper, but tissue or wrapping paper would also work well! Cut your paper into strips, and then cut your strips into small squares.
Step 2: Add some Mod Podge Matte to your ornament, take a piece of paper, and press it down. Thicker scrapbook paper will take a little longer to press down than thinner tissue or wrapping paper.
Continue working around your ornament, until it’s completely covered. Let dry. Add 2 coats of Mod Podge Sparkle, letting dry completely between each coat.
The Mod Podge Sparkle will add a thin coat of sparkle and sheen that’s the perfect finishing touch for these ornaments! Lastly, add a piece of ribbon or string for hanging.
Love how simple and easy these are to make! They make great gifts!!
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Everything is easy as long as you can draw free-hand just a little.
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